Makes easy tasks easier
Thank you for using LocalLib! Below is a list of its defined functions:
Contains simple math functions: add, subtract, multiply, and divide.
Contains functions for sending notifications: Notification(title, msg, dur, threaded=None): For Windows 10. Sends a notification to the system notification bar. If a threaded notification is desired, set threaded to True.
Contains functions for string editing: Contains(string, substring): Checks if a substring or char occurs in the specified string, and returns True or False. TrimLastChar(string): Returns a string with the last character removed from the given string. TrimFirstChar(string): Returns a string with the first character removed from the give string. RemoveAt(string, index): Returns an edited string with a character removed at the specified zero-based index. Remove(string, char): Returns a string with all occurrences of the specified character removed. RemoveFirst(string, char): Removes the first occurrence of the specified character from the given string and returns the new string. RemoveLast(string, char): Removes the last occurrence of the specified character from the given string and returns the new string. RemoveRange(string, startindex, stopindex): Removes a range of characters by index from the given string and returns the new string.
Contains functions for Bible verse actions: GetVerse(version, book, chap, verse): Returns the specified verse from the given version, book, chapter, and verse. Currently, the only avaliable version is KJV. Use it like so: from locallib import Bible as B verse = B.GetVerse('KJV', 'Genesis', 1, 1) print(verse)
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